30" LG W3000H anyone ?

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  1. digitalfrog macrumors regular

    digitalfrog

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    Nov 26, 2007
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    This W3000H from LG seems a great 30" under 1000 euros, but I can't find much feedback about it.
    has anyone used it ?

    [snip]

    - WCG (Wide Color Gamut) 115%
    : Add a whole new level of color into your life

    : W3000H's Wide Color Gamut spreads out precise description of colors without any distortion.
    - High Resolution of WQXGA (2560 x 1600)
    : Above FULL HD
    : Designed for Windows users and professionals

    - Built in USB 2.0 Hub
    : 1Up 4Down
    : Easy connection for various external input

    - S-IPS

    : S-IPS technology allows viewers to see still or moving images from any vertical or horizontal angle, without substantial loss in picture quality.
    - Ergonomic Design_Tilt, Swivel, Height Adjustment (0~100mm)

    : FLATRON LCD monitors’ extensive ergonomic features enable the user an optimum working environment. Fatigue, eyestrain are diminished by tilt, swivel and height adjustment.
    Panel S-IPS
    Size 30W
    Resolution 2560x1600
    Pixel Pitch 0.2505 x 0.2505
    Brightness 370cd/㎡
    Contrast Ratio DFC 3000:1
    Viewing Angle H : 178 °/V : 178 °(CR≥10)
    Response Time 5ms (GTG)
    Display Colors 16.7M
    Connectors
    PC DVI-D (Dual Link)
    Plug & Play
    USB 1Up 4Down
    Power Consumption
    On 130W
    Stand-by / Suspend 2W
    DPM Off 1W
    User Control
    Button 5Key (Power Key Included)
    Type Touch
    Mechanical
    Dimension(W x H x D) 703 x 270 x 525
    Weight 12.3Kg
    Stand Height Adjustment (0~100mm), Tilt, Swivel
    Regulations
    Safety UL (cUL),TUV-GS, SEMKO
    EMC FCC-B, CE
    Power saving EPA
    SPECIAL FEATURES HDCP, 4:3 in WIde, Sound
     
  2. nanofrog macrumors G4

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    May 6, 2008
    #2
    I found a review, and it seems to be quite good. :) Just translate the page though. ;)

    Hope this helps. :)
     
  3. digitalfrog thread starter macrumors regular

    digitalfrog

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    Nov 26, 2007
    #3
    Thanks, I indeed could find this one as well, but it is strange to me that such a nice screen on paper has so little (1?) detailed review.

    I'm really after end user experience here, has anyone purchased one ??

    It's much cheaper than the Dell's and other NEC screen but seems in par or even better. (again, on paper)

    Ralph


     

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